Even if the number of community college students doubled in response to government payment of tuition, the federal government would save $64.6 billion dollars every year if it took corporations off the dole and paid the way for workers seeking to increase their productivity through community college instead.
Yesterday, Republican U.S. Senator David Vitter introduced legislation S.64, a bill that will require states to send government bureaucrats to conduct medical tests on the blood or urine of recipients of assistance under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. Why? Senator Vitter is concerned
Here are listed the names of the the votes of 12 congressional Democrats who joined the majority of Republicans to preserve the Foreign Oil Driller Welfare Program without any reform.
The next time some silk-suited member of Congress takes to the airwaves to complain about mythical food stamp fraud sapping the federal budget, consider this: Did you know that federal government tax dollars were being used to reimburse private corporations for the exorbitant pay packages
All auto industry executives must wear deely boppers 24 hours a day. They will be fitted with electronic tracking equipment, so that if the deely boppers leave their heads for more than 15 minutes, the police are notified.